ChargePoint is a nationwide charging network useful for all EV owners that all Australian electric car owners will probably end up using at some point.
All you can eat electrons for $1/day for your electric car at home? It sounds too good to be true, and in my case it turned out that way too.
The 2018 i3 and i3s are potent, but expensive, city cars. They’ll do 90% of what many people need on a day to day basis extremely efficiently, and add a hell of a lot of fun to your drive as well.
If you’re looking to experience the future of cars generally; or jump in a Tesla more specifically; Thrifty’s Model S at Sydney Airport is a fun option to at least price up and consider – if they have it available.
If you’re on the fence about ordering a Tesla, then it might be time to sneak your order in before April 30 to avoid possibly missing out on free unlimited supercharging for life.
Here’s a list of full electric and hybrid vehicles currently available – or we think or know are incoming to – the Australian market.
Charging at home is the most common way to make Electric Car ownership and charging fairly painless, turning your car charging into a behaviour like charging your laptop or phone – just plug it in overnight and get the charge you need by morning. This is my experience of getting a home charger installed.
The RAC Electric Highway is an Australian Government backed initiative conceived and implemented by the Royal Automobile Club – or RAC – allowing for Fast Charging of EV’s on key routes in Western Australia. Here’s our guide.
The i3 was given a mid-life refresh late last year, and deliveries to Australia are just kicking in. This morning I was invited to kick the tyres of a literally fresh off the boat i3s.
Setting up a semi-permanent solution for home charging my BMW i3 was pretty easy. Here’s a look at my simple (and cheap) EV charging setup.